Connecting to the Network If any of the following situations exist •You have replaced your Router or Access Point •You want to use a different wireless network •Router settings have been changed. Please complete the following steps to apply the new configuration settings to your multifunction.* *The procedure to reconfigure the printer will cause a new instance or listing of the printer in Print &...
Connecting to the Wireless Network << Previous Next >> 2. Click Next to install the helper tool 3. In the subsequent screen, enter the administrator name and password. Then click [OK].
Connecting to the Wireless Network << Previous Next >> 4. If the following screen appears, click Start Setup Again Go to the next page...
Connecting to the Wireless Network << Previous Next >> 5. Continue following instructions. Click Network 7. Follow any instructions and Click Connect to the Connection on Connection Method Selection Network when the Printer Setup window appears . 8. Follow any instructions. Pay particular attention to the 6.
Connecting to the Wireless Network << Previous Next >> 9. The printer automatically searches for access points that support WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)*. If a WPS access point is detected, the Push Button Method screen (shown below on left) will appear on the machine’s operation panel *Unless you are absolutely sure your access point supports WPS and you are familiar with activating this on your access point, press the Stop button on the printer’s operation panel and click on Other Methods on the Setup Procedure Selection screen (screenshot shown below)*.
Connecting to the Wireless Network << Previous Next >> For Standard setup only Select Standard setup on the Setup Procedure Selection screen (3-2) Continue to next page before proceeding any further with setup...
Connecting to the Wireless Network << Previous Next >> Follow On-screen instructions. When you get to Step 4-2 and later in Step 4-4 ( screens shown below) you will need to know SSID and password information* Step 4-4 Step 4-2 *Unless you are absolutely certain of this information, please continue to the next page for information on locating / verifying this information...
Connecting to the Wireless Network << Previous Next >> If you don't know your Access Point / Router name or SSID*, or the Passphrase or Network key for your wireless network, you can find this information during Standard setup using the Setup CD-ROM or the downloaded files (Mini Master Setup or Master Setup). *The terms 'SSID' and 'AccessPoint / Router' refer to a name used to identify the specific Access Point or Router.
Installing the Drivers << Previous Next >> 10. Continue to follow any instructions until the Setup Completion or Completion of Connection screen below is displayed. Network connection setting is complete. Click Next. Software will install. Continue to follow instructions until the Add Printer screen (shown on next page) appears.
11. Network setup is complete. Continue to follow any remaining On-screen instructions to install the software. On the Software Installation List screen, select any software to be installed. MP Drivers and Canon IJ Network Tool which are pre-selected are required for the printer to be able to be used over the network.
Installing the Drivers << Previous Next >> Add the Printer 1. Click Add Printer on the Add Printer Screen...
-The computer is connected to the access point *CAUTION If you will be installing the Canon printer driver on Mac OS X and using the printer through a network connection, you can select [Bonjour] or [Canon IJ Network] in the [Add Printer] dialog.
Installing the Drivers << Previous Next >> 4. Click Next. 5. Click Next. Setup is complete Setup is complete. Click Next to finish the remaining information section.
Deleting the Printer Listing << Previous Next >> Open the applicable "Printers" window. System Preferences -> Print & Fax System Preferences -> Print & Scan (Lion / Mountain Lion) To delete, highlight the printer in the list, click the minus(-) sign, then confirm the deletion.